In the run-up to 2019, Windows 10 has finally taken the throne of desktop first operating system. Windows 10 systems have shown a steady upward trend in the past 2019, despite occasional minor problems, according to statistics from NetMarketShare, a market analytics firm.
At the beginning of 2019, Windows 10’s market share was 40.90% and fell to 40.3% in February last year. But it reached 54.30 per cent of the market in November and delivered a satisfactory response by 54.62 per cent by the end of 2020.
Windows 7’s market share has been declining over the past year, dying, thanks to the impact of support that will stop on January 14, 2020. At the beginning of last year, 37.19 devices were running the system worldwide, compared with 26.64 per cent in a December report. With less than two weeks to go before the end of its life, Windows 7’s market share is likely to continue to decline.
The rest of the operating systems followed suit, posing no threat to the dominance of Windows 10. For example, Windows 8.1 only runs on 3.63% of the world’s systems, compared with 3.50% for macOS 10.14. In the year 2019, which belongs to this long-term state, can be said to be the new year of Windows 10 dominates the desktop system.